For the week end: boarding friday evening after 8 pm; the morning of saturday we sail to reach our destinations. For the week the day of boarding it's defined on request.
Island of Giglio, with its granite rocks covered in red and yellow gorgonians that plunge into the crystal clear waters and migrating Mediterranean fish such as Tuna, is a fascinating place not to be missed. For those who prefer not to join the diving activities, there are enjoyable excursions from the picturesque harbour of Giglio Porto up to Giglio Castello. Which is of great historic interest.
Giannutri Island the most southern point of the Tuscany Archipelago, is with out doubt the most fascinating of the seven Islands. Its jagged shoreline, the scent of Mediterranean, woodland and the silence of an island almost uninhabited, make it a rare and unforgettable experience. Apart from the unspoiled beauty of the island itself, the many nature trails and the magnificent ruins of the Roman Villa, Giannutri's main attraction are its waters where a rich variety of Mediterranean fish can always be seen while diving. For expert and enthusiasts, Giannutri has something truly unique to offer: the wreks of Nasim and Anna Bianca.